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Engineering
Author: Klaus Herdeg
ISBN: 0847810496
Subcategory: Engineering
Pages 71 pages
Publisher Rizzoli (February 15, 1991)
Language English
Category: Engineering
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by Klaus Herdeg


With some 150 measured drawings and analytical diagrams and 100 photographs.

Online Books by. Klaus Herdeg. Herdeg, Klaus: Formal Structure in Islamic Architecture of Iran and Turkistan (PDF files at archnet.

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This book represents over twelve years of Klaus Herdeg's work on the architecture of Iran and Turkistan. Thus, an Islamic city is addressed in its entirety. Over one hundred photographs and plans carry the central message. Preface to Formal Structure in Islamic Architecture of Iran and Turkistan. Maidan-i-Shah, Isfahan.

BEYLIK: independent Ottoman principalities governed by princes or beys CARAVANSERAI: lodgings for camel caravans in the open countryside along major trade routes in the Islamic world CHAHR BAGH: literally four gardens, it is a Persian principle for dividing the space of a garden o. .

BEYLIK: independent Ottoman principalities governed by princes or beys CARAVANSERAI: lodgings for camel caravans in the open countryside along major trade routes in the Islamic world CHAHR BAGH: literally four gardens, it is a Persian principle for dividing the space of a garden or park DIKKA: An elevated platform in the mosque where professional chanters may chant passages from the Koran GLACIS: a. gently inclined open landscape space outside fortified city walls HARAM: the prayer hall of the mosque HEGIRA: Mohammed’s exile from Mecca to Medina marks the beginning of the Islamic era in 622.

Formal Structure in Indian Architecture. Authorized form of name. Parallel form(s) of name. Standardized form(s) of name according to other rules.

Series III: Formal Structure In Islamic Architecture of Iran and Turkistan. Includes a sketch book containing Herdeg's preliminary drawings and dimension for later drawings in Formal Structures in Islamic Architecture. Box 7: Folder 3. Articles. Box 6: Folder 19. Russian Material On Islamic Architecture. Includes a series of articles on Islamic architecture.

Formal Structure in Islamic Architecture. With some 150 measured drawings and analytical diagrams and 1.

Volume 55 Issue 1. Klaus Herdeg

Volume 55 Issue 1. Klaus Herdeg: English Français. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Klaus Herdeg: Formal structure in Islamic architecture of Iran and Turkistan. 71 pp. New York: Rizzoli, 1990.

Like its companion volume about Indian architecture (see NA1501), this volume presents the meticulous work of Herdeg and his students this time illustrating and explicating the great monuments of Islamic architecture in Iran and Tukestan. With some 150 measured drawings and analytical diagrams and 100 photographs, eight in color. 11x14". Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.